Tennessee Bills

sponsored by Clay Doggett

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
HJR 1411 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Memorials, Recognition - Lianna Derryberry -
Apr 16 2024 Received From House, Refer To Senate Calendar Committee
Apr 22 2024
HB 2682 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Pensions and Retirement Benefits - As introduced, reduces from 60 to 30 days the waiting period before a law enforcement officer who is a member of the Tennessee consolidated retirement system may be reemployed after the officer's effective date of retirement. - Amends TCA Title 8, Chapter 36, Part 8.
Jan 31 2024 Enrolled; Ready For Sig. Of H. Speaker.
Apr 18 2024
HJR 1445 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Memorials, Professional Achievement - Ryne Goats, 2023 Tennessee Wildlife Officer of the Year -
Apr 18 2024 Filed For Introduction
Apr 18 2024
HB 2683 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Pensions and Retirement Benefits - As introduced, requires the board of trustees for the retirement system to include a certification of the amount of normal contributions, accumulated liability contribution, and cost of living contribution required from an employer for state judges and attorneys general in the board's annual report showing the fiscal transactions of the retirement system. - Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 24; Title 8, Chapter 34; Title 8, Chapter 35; Title 8, Chapter 36 and Title 8, Chapter 37.
Jan 31 2024 Enrolled; Ready For Sig. Of H. Speaker.
Apr 18 2024
HB 2692 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Domestic Violence - As introduced, requires the court to order an offender to wear a global positioning monitoring system device under certain circumstances unless the court finds the offender no longer poses a threat to the alleged victim or public safety; specifies that a cellular device application or electronic receptor device provided to the victim must be capable of notifying the victim if the offender is within a prescribed proximity of the victim's cellular device or electronic receptor device; requires a county or municipality utilizing global positioning monitoring system devices to enter into a written agreement with a qualified contract service provider; removes civil and criminal liability under certain circumstances. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40, Chapter 11 and Title 55, Chapter 10.
Jan 31 2024 Rec For Pass If Am By S/C Ref. To Finance, Ways, And Means Committee
Apr 17 2024
HJR 1334 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Memorials, Recognition - Talajuwon Robinson, 2024 Boys & Girls Clubs of South Central Tennessee Youth of the Year -
Apr 08 2024 Signed By Senate Speaker
Apr 17 2024
HB 2691 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Animal Cruelty and Abuse - As enacted, prohibits the department of agriculture or any other state or local department or agency from entering private property without probable cause to believe that a criminal offense has occurred or is occurring, the consent of the property owner, a warrant, or a recognized warrant exception; requires a member of a society incorporated for the prevention of cruelty to animals to notify the appropriate local law enforcement agency of the member's intent to make an arrest or interfere to prevent an act of cruelty and the circumstances justifying the action before doing so. - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 43; Title 44 and Title 63, Chapter 12.
Jan 31 2024 Comp. Became Pub. Ch. 704
Apr 17 2024
HB 2696 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Bail, Bail Bonds - As introduced, creates a Class A misdemeanor offense of violation of a condition of release; allows arrest without a warrant of a person committing the offense of violation of a condition of release; requires the violation of a condition of release to be punished as a misdemeanor criminal offense. - Amends TCA Title 40.
Jan 31 2024 Taken Off Notice For Cal In S/C Finance, Ways, And Means Subcommittee Of Finance, Ways, And Means Committee
Apr 17 2024
HB 2693 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Mental Illness - As introduced, requires the court that finds a person incompetent to stand trial for a criminal offense due to intellectual disability to also determine whether the person is subject to involuntary care and treatment at the hearing in which the person is declared incompetent; states that the district attorney general is not required to file a complaint to require involuntary care and treatment for a person who is found incompetent to stand trial due to intellectual disability in order to commit the person. - Amends TCA Section 33-5-403.
Jan 31 2024 Placed On Cal. Calendar & Rules Committee For 4/16/2024
Apr 16 2024
HB 2684 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Bail, Bail Bonds - As introduced, requires a defendant for whom a bench warrant is issued due to failure to appear on a felony or a Class A or Class B misdemeanor that is violent or sexual in nature as determined by the court, or who is charged with a failure to appear, to be placed on any available state or federal list or database as a fugitive from justice, without limitation, within 10 days after the bench warrant is received by law enforcement. - Amends TCA Section 40-11-139 and Section 40-11-142.
Jan 31 2024 Placed On Cal. Calendar & Rules Committee For 4/16/2024
Apr 16 2024
HB 2686 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Expunction - As introduced, clarifies that an eligible petitioner may file a petition for expunction under certain circumstances if the offense the person is seeking to expunge occurred prior to any conviction for an offense that is not eligible for expunction; allows an eligible petitioner who has been convicted of more than two offenses to seek expunction of two eligible offenses under certain circumstances; makes various other clarifications relating to expunction laws. - Amends TCA Section 40-32-101.
Jan 31 2024 Comp. Sb Subst.
Apr 16 2024
HB 1021 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Victims' Rights - As introduced, increases from 30 to 60 days, after the order of a court to release money held in trust to the custodian of a minor who was a victim of a crime, the period by which the custodian must provide an accounting to the court as to how the money was spent. - Amends TCA Title 9; Title 29 and Title 40.
Jan 30 2023 Enrolled; Ready For Sig. Of H. Speaker.
Apr 16 2024
HB 2685 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
County Government - As introduced, creates a process for members of a county legislative body and members of the public to challenge a vote of a member of the county legislative body if that member, or the member's spouse, is an employee of the county and voted on a matter that would increase the pay or benefits of that member or that member's spouse. - Amends TCA Title 5, Chapter 5.
Jan 31 2024 Transmitted To Governor For His Action.
Apr 11 2024
HB 708 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
County Government - As introduced, creates a supplemental pay incentive program for county correctional officers who receive 40 hours or more of in-service training per calendar year. - Amends TCA Title 38, Chapter 8, Part 1 and Title 41.
Jan 26 2023 Placed On S/C Cal Finance, Ways, And Means Subcommittee For 4/16/2024
Apr 11 2024
HB 2689 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Remedies and Special Proceedings - As introduced, creates a civil action against any person or government entity that infringes upon a person's right to bear arms under the Tennessee or United States Constitutions; requires the person or entity to be liable for actual or statutory damages, punitive damages, attorney's fees, and court costs. - Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 54.
Jan 31 2024 Taken Off Notice For Cal. In Civil Justice Committee
Apr 09 2024
HB 2690 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities, Dept. of - As enacted, requires the department to issue grants, subject to appropriations, to support the installation of powered, height-adjustable, adult-sized changing tables in single occupancy family restrooms in privately and municipally owned buildings open to the public across this state; authorizes the commissioner to create and convene an ad hoc committee to advise and assist with grant applications. - Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 3, Part 27 and Title 33, Chapter 5.
Jan 31 2024 Comp. Became Pub. Ch. 607
Apr 03 2024
HB 2695 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, authorizes an attorney to carry a handgun in a building and room in which judicial proceedings are in progress if the attorney is present in furtherance of the attorney’s representation of a party with business before the court, is an enhanced handgun carry permit holder, and keeps the handgun concealed at all times. - Amends TCA Title 39.
Jan 31 2024 Taken Off Notice For Cal In S/C Civil Justice Subcommittee Of Civil Justice Committee
Apr 02 2024
HB 2687 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Local Education Agencies - As enacted, revises the instruction required as part of a family life curriculum; requires the Tennessee joint task force on children's justice and child sexual abuse, in consultation with the children's services advisory council, to annually recommend certain age-appropriate curricula to the department of education; revises the information that LEAs and public charter schools must annually provide to the department of children's services. - Amends TCA Title 37 and Title 49.
Jan 31 2024 Comp. Became Pub. Ch. 571
Mar 26 2024
HB 701 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Sexual Offenses - As enacted, adds offenses of continuous sexual abuse of a child committed on or after July 1, 2024, to the list of qualifying criminal misconduct that is sentenced to community supervision for life in addition to any other statutorily imposed punishment. - Amends TCA Title 39 and Title 40.
Jan 26 2023 Pub. Ch. 525
Mar 15 2024
HB 2694 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
State Government - As introduced, enacts the "Tennessee State Sovereignty Act of 2024." - Amends TCA Title 3.
Jan 31 2024 Taken Off Notice For Cal In S/C Public Service Subcommittee Of State Government Committee
Mar 12 2024

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